The games were played on a round robin system, which brought out the best in the participants.
The senior citizens club emerged as winners for the second consecutive year and were the recipient of a floating trophy.
A number of teams pitted their skills against each other in this fiercely fought contest.
They were the winners of the Chatsworth lag unbeaten and proceeded to the qualifying rounds held at Siripat Road Grounds in Reservoir Hills. Here too, they were successful and will now be carrying the flag high for Chatsworth.
His 50 years of work and dedication to karate has certainly not gone unnoticed as this is a first for South Africa.
The Checkout chain of stores has once again committed themselves in sponsoring this race and all their outlets in Chatsworth will be selling race tickets.
The event was made up of all the sporting bodies around the area, with about 1000 youth who attended the day to celebrate youth day and participate in various sports.
Many of the residents remember the Isipingo Districts Football Association which served the community of Isipingo for over 75 years.
Govender who was pleased with the support shown from parents to ensure the future success of their children complimented the head coach, Sensei Malvin Govender and his team for ensuring the development of these athletes.
In commemoration of this, DAFTA will offer training sessions for the Golden Games which are being held at the Aviswood Grounds in Silverglen soon.
Gary Moodley, spokesman for the club, commended the sponsors and placed on record his sincere thanks to them for their generous sponsorship for the presentation, family day and the 2017 season.